Suited For Sin: Sing
Suited For Sin: Sing by Angel Payne was originally published as Three-Part Harmony (The Kinky Truth Series). Sing is the newly edited and revised version. This story is about D/s relationships so if you’ve never read anything like that, I feel that this would a very interesting and intense introduction. Just how I like them!
Angel Payne never ceases to amaze me with the amount of talent and skill that she possesses and shares with everyone. I LOVED Sing. I am one of Angel’s biggest fans and just love her to pieces. Some would say that because of those two things I would love everything she writes and would be a “yes man”. However, because of those two things, I would be brutally honest. It’s what she wants and deserves, so here we go:
Sing is a story of discovery and illumination for Dasha Moore, David Pennington, and Kress Moridian. One of the reasons why this story in particular hit me harder than usual is because I can see a little bit of myself in Dasha. I’m not a pop singer (or famous or gorgeous), but I can relate to her in the way she handled emotional pain and the way she put others first at the expense of herself. I realized some things about myself as I watched Dasha’s story unfold (gee thanks a lot Angel! LOL).
Dasha is very high profile thanks to not only her status as a musical artist, but as a daughter. If you haven’t read this yet, go and do so now, then you’ll understand. Her unknowing submissive streak was another eye-opener and it’s awesome.
David Pennington is her manager and becomes her Dominant. While he’s helping her learn the ropes, pun intended, their lives are thrown for a loop with the terror of a lunatic that wants her dead. This is where Kress Moridian comes in. He’s the lead FBI agent assigned to her case, who not only learns about what Dasha’s life is really like, but learns about the new journey she’s on and the lesson David has been trying to teach her for years.
Do they find the threat to Dasha’s life, and ultimately their lives? Do they find a love that they never expected to find? If you haven’t read this yet, read it and find out!
Sing has such a serious hotness level, and trust me, it’s not just the ménage part. Angel Payne, thank you so much for this book. I don’t know how to properly express how much I loved it and can’t wait for the next in your Suited for Sin Series!